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1 Transportation ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT This business plan was prepared under my direction, taking into consideration the government s policy decisions as of March 17, original signed by Brian Mason, Minister MINISTRY OVERVIEW The ministry consists of the Department of Transportation and the Alberta Transportation Safety Board. Transportation provides a safe, integrated, innovative and sustainable transportation system that supports Alberta s economy and quality of life. The ministry undertakes the following key activities: preserving and developing the provincial highway system; managing transportation safety; supporting municipalities with transit and water/wastewater facilities; and developing a multi-modal transportation network. A more detailed description of Transportation and its programs and initiatives can be found at STRATEGIC CONTEXT The outcomes and key strategies identified in this business plan are aligned with the strategic direction of the Government of Alberta. The Government of Alberta is committed to providing a safe, efficient, sustainable transportation system that is affordable and meets the needs of all Albertans. A reliable, multi-modal transportation network will enable a diversified economy that supports Alberta s potential, fosters innovation and supports Alberta s growing population. Foundation for the Future Government is finalizing a transportation strategy for Alberta based on input from public consultations and engagement with key stakeholders. This strategy will cover all forms of transportation and the different ways to connect people and communities, as well as move products to market to promote and attract investment. The strategy will further encourage regulatory harmonization, enhance safety and security and investigate and integrate innovative delivery methods and technologies. A coordinated approach across governments, municipalities, industry and other transportation stakeholders is critical for addressing Alberta s transportation challenges. As part of the Government of Alberta s renewed relationship with Indigenous peoples, the ministry will ensure that the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UN Declaration) are integrated into this work, and will continue working closely with all partners, stakeholders and Alberta s Indigenous peoples to build a relationship of trust and respectful consultation while supporting a long-term safe, efficient, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation system. 131

2 Building a Diversified Economy Building a better economy to support Alberta families and communities depends on an innovative and accessible transportation system. Smart investments in transportation infrastructure will improve the movement of people and goods throughout the province and expand access to new industry and markets within Alberta, across Canada and globally. Supporting the development of effective connections between the various modes of transportation (road, rail, air, port, active transportation and public transit) will enable a reliable and well-integrated system. The Government of Alberta will work with partners and stakeholders to make strategic investments in Alberta s transportation system. It will work with other jurisdictions and Transport Canada to promote enhanced oversight of air and rail transport, and advocate for reliable, sufficient and fairly priced rail service to markets. The process of developing infrastructure, public transit, roads and bridges will also help to create jobs that will contribute to stimulating economic recovery and stability. Safe Road Users, Vehicles and Infrastructure Transportation safety is both a challenge and a priority for the ministry. In 2014, more than 144,000 motor vehicle collisions resulted in 369 fatalities and 18,745 injuries. In light of this, the ministry continues to develop new strategies to promote safer road users, vehicles and infrastructure and to better educate all Albertans about transportation safety. The ministry is committed to restoring highways, bridges and other related structures damaged by the 2013 floods while reducing the impacts of future floods by improving flood mitigation and enhancing the province s emergency preparedness and management. Supporting a Healthy and Sustainable Environment The Government of Alberta is committed to fostering partnerships with municipalities and Indigenous communities for climate change leadership and to become one of the world s most progressive energy producers. The ministry is committed to protecting Alberta s future and will continue working to balance the impact of activities on the environment, and review opportunities with partners for programs and projects to further address climate change and reduce environmental risks. The ministry supports the government s initiatives for transit-oriented development, public transit and active transportation options, such as cycling and walking. In addition, new and innovative practices must be developed for the design, construction and maintenance of the province s transportation infrastructure to enhance the efficient use of resources and water management infrastructure to protect the safe supply of water for domestic, agricultural, industrial and recreational uses. The ministry will also work to ensure Indigenous communities have reliable access to clean and safe drinking water, in alignment with the UN Declaration articles that the Government of Alberta supports. Balancing Transportation Maintenance and Expansion in an Affordable Manner Alberta has more than 31,000 kilometres of highway under its jurisdiction, more than any other province in Canada. The fiscal challenges in maintaining this network will be addressed by developing a more strategic and innovative transportation asset management approach. This will enable well-informed and transparent decision-making and identify investment opportunities that consider safety, community support, intermodal connectivity, economic vitality, asset longevity, value for money and seamless delivery. Implementing innovative and cost-effective options and protecting the province s assets by investing wisely to extend the life and use of transportation infrastructure will make the best possible use of available funding and resources and ensure that Alberta s transportation system remains sustainable over the long-term. The ministry will work with its partners to support municipal infrastructure priorities, including transit, while ensuring that Alberta s transportation system supports the province s growing population and connected communities across Alberta. 132

3 Strategic Risks The following strategic risks have been identified to support the ministry to manage the effect of future uncertainty by identifying, analyzing and treating the risks that may influence or impact the accomplishment of key strategies and business plan outcomes: Transportation s long-term vision and its execution must be clear and effectively communicated to enhance stakeholder and the public understanding about what the ministry is doing and why. This facilitates meaningful connection and engagement in working with all partners to develop forward-thinking and sustainable strategies that support a modern transportation system. Standards, policies and legislative approaches may not fully anticipate new and emerging technologies, trends and patterns. The use of advanced technologies and innovation without careful consideration may result in approaches that may not enhance the safety of transportation system users. Safety programs may not alter driver behavior, as a plateau is being seen in safety (traffic collision) statistics even with continuing educational and enforcement activity. Currently, it is not possible to address all of the physical deterioration of the highway network, as well as new development and capacity improvements. The infrastructure deficit will continue to grow. OUTCOMES, KEY STRATEGIES AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES Outcome One: An integrated, multi-modal transportation system that connects and strengthens communities and facilitates a diversified economy Alberta s economic prosperity and increasing population call for a transportation network that connects people, places and products throughout Alberta and beyond its borders. The network must promote Alberta s competitiveness, support access to markets and enable connected and vibrant communities, to enhance Alberta s quality of life. 1.1 Create and implement a transportation strategy to develop a multi-modal system that will connect communities and support active transportation, a strong economy and a healthy environment for all Albertans to meet growing urban, rural and regional transportation needs. 1.2 Work with partners to support community transit, rural bus service and the development of strategies to promote accessible, affordable and inclusive transit for families, Albertans in need, seniors, people with disabilities and Indigenous peoples. 1.3 Promote the development of public transit systems through grant funding programs to support municipal and regional transportation. 1.4 Develop infrastructure improvements for the long-term to enhance mobility for transportation users and support routes servicing major economic corridors. 1.5 Complete the twinning of Highway 63 between Grassland and Fort McMurray to improve safety for travellers and accommodate economic activity. 1.6 Continue construction of the Edmonton and Calgary ring roads. 1.7 Promote harmonized standards and regulations with partner jurisdictions and clearly communicate objectives to industry. 133

4 Performance Measures Last 1.a Highway 63 twinning between Grassland and Fort McMurray: Percentage of twinned highway kilometres open to travel 22.0% 100% 100% 100% 1.b Ring roads in Edmonton and Calgary: Percentage of combined ring road kilometres open to travel 80.6% 84.0% 84.0% 84.0% 1.a This measure tracks twinning of the approximately 240 kilometre section of Highway 63, which will improve safety and accommodate economic activity on this vital corridor in northeastern Alberta. 1.b This measure tracks the development of ring roads around Alberta s two major metropolitan areas to accommodate traffic growth in the Edmonton and Calgary regions and enable economic activity in supporting the improved access and efficient movement of goods and people into and out of the regions. Performance Indicator a Alberta s exports by mode of transportation ($ millions): Intermodal (rail and marine) Road Air 21,467 8,279 1,486 21,983 9,572 1,651 24,450 7,623 1,781 27,352 8,966 1,886 24,039 8,160 1,784 Outcome Two: A transportation system that is safe and secure, protecting Albertans and working toward zero deaths and serious injuries The safe and secure movement of Albertans and goods across the transportation system is enhanced by education, innovative technologies, safety regulations and safer infrastructure, increasing Albertans well-being and resulting in lower death and casualty rates. Eliminating high-risk vehicle operation and improving driver behaviors saves lives. The ministry is adopting Vision Zero in line with international best practice for road safety in implementing safety strategies to work toward zero deaths and serious injuries on Alberta s roads. 2.1 Continue to implement transportation safety strategies to prevent transportation-related deaths and serious injuries, in striving to reach Vision Zero in Alberta. 2.2 Continue to develop amendments to the Traffic Safety Act and regulations to align with best practice and enhance the safety of transportation users. 2.3 Work with law enforcement, other levels of government, emergency responders and other partners to enhance safety programs, incident response and emergency management systems. 2.4 Ensure the safe and secure transportation of dangerous goods through communities. 2.5 Strengthen critical infrastructure to reduce the impacts of small and large emergency incidents. 2.6 Promote and enhance the Traveller Information Portal (511 Alberta) to provide transportation users with reliable and timely travel condition information. 2.7 Investigate and implement appropriate innovative technologies and approaches that promote a safe and intelligent transportation system that improves information to support the safety and mobility of travellers for all modes of transportation. 134

5 Performance Measure Last 2.a Combined fatal and major injury collision rate per 100,000 population: Note: 1 rate is calculated as a three-year rolling average. 2.a This measure describes the rate of combined fatal and major injury collisions to support the ministry s continuing efforts to reduce the number and severity of traffic collisions and is also used to monitor progress on the Alberta Transportation Safety Plan. Outcome Three: A transportation system that supports environmental stewardship and the quality of life for all communities The ministry will support initiatives such as increased access to transit that promote environmental sustainability of the transportation system and support a high quality of life for Albertans by aiming to lower transportation costs for families, reduce greenhouse gases and contribute to protecting the environment. 3.1 Develop and implement standards, design and planning of the transportation system that support environmental stewardship objectives and enhance the efficient use of resources, including investigation of energy efficient technologies on Alberta highways to reduce energy consumption and associated emissions. 3.2 Investigate opportunities and partnerships to reduce greenhouse gases from transportation sources, including the development and promotion of public transit systems and administering grant funding programs to support municipal transportation. 3.3 Identify transportation initiatives to advance energy efficiencies as a component of Alberta s Climate Leadership Plan. 3.4 Work with partners to ensure all Albertans, including Indigenous communities, have reliable access to clean and safe drinking water and water/wastewater treatment systems and disposal facilities by providing funding, through the Alberta Municipal Water/Wastewater Partnership program and the Water for Life program. Performance Measure Last 3.a Percentage of municipal clients satisfied with overall quality of service (biennial survey) 93% 95% n/a 95% 3.a The Client Satisfaction Survey is completed every two years and measures the satisfaction of municipal partners with the ministry s service for grant programs that support environmental stewardship. 135

6 Outcome Four: Long-term sustainability and affordability of Alberta s transportation system The provincial transportation network is a vital asset that enhances economic prosperity and social connection in the province. It is essential to balance preservation of existing transportation infrastructure, while supporting the strategic development of new infrastructure. Strategic decision-making in operating, maintaining and upgrading essential highway network capacity extends its useful life and reduces long-term costs, helping to ensure optimal use and longterm sustainability of the province s transportation assets. 4.1 Create and implement a transparent infrastructure plan with municipalities, other governments and industry, and examine the long-term sustainability of the network. 4.2 Enhance transportation asset management planning to support strategic decision-making, taking into account life-cycle costs, economic, environmental and social impacts. 4.3 Partner with the federal government to fund transportation infrastructure needs. 4.4 Implement approaches to ensure highway operations and maintenance achieve the results Albertans need. 4.5 Investigate and implement innovative technology, standards and approaches to reduce costs and promote the long-term affordability of the transportation system. 4.6 Continue expansion of the automated permitting Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information Multi- Jurisdictional system across municipalities throughout Alberta, ensuring overweight and overdimensional load fees contribute to highway maintenance. Performance Measure 4.a Physical condition of provincial highway surfaces: Percentage in good condition Percentage in fair condition Percentage in poor condition Last 56.4% 27.5% 16.1% 55.0% 28.0% 17.0% 54.0% 29.0% 17.0% 54.0% 29.0% 17.0% 4.a This measure defines the percentage of the paved highway network that is in good, fair, or poor condition to support the economic and social growth of the province and enables the ministry to assess and sustain the quality of the network so that it is efficient for business, commuters, pleasure and commercial traffic. 136

7 STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS (thousands of dollars) REVENUE Budget Forecast Estimate Other Transfers from Government of Canada 7,632 7,171 7,171 8,294 8,662 8,662 Building Canada - Base Component 7,397 7,397 7,397 7,397 7,397 7,397 Building Canada - Major Infrastructure Component 4,669 4,868 4,673 4,673 4,673 4,673 Infrastructure Stimulus Fund 4,221 4,221 4,221 4,221 4,221 4,221 Premiums, Fees and Licences 34,014 33,900 33,900 33,900 33,900 33,900 Refunds of Expense 6,272 1,475 1,475 1,475 1,475 1,475 Other Revenue 20,984 34,220 21,180 27,900 15,044 15,044 Consolidated Total 85,189 93,252 80,017 87,860 75,372 75,372 EXPENSE Comparable Ministry Support Services 32,413 32,337 32,337 31,723 31,578 32,222 Program Services and Support 23,925 31,202 31,202 28,320 28,465 29,252 Traffic Safety Services 31,313 36,578 36,578 35,878 35,878 36,610 Alberta Transportation Safety Board 1,609 2,360 2,360 2,360 2,360 2,407 Provincial Highway Maintenance and Preservation 962, , , , , ,597 Capital for Emergent Projects 6, Municipal Transportation Grant Programs 213, , , , , ,000 Municipal Water Infrastructure Grant Programs 82,084 55,000 55, , , ,000 Northeast Alberta Strategic Projects 61, Alberta Flooding 6,497 5,800 5, Debt Servicing 71,922 70,741 70,741 82,527 94,258 92,131 Consolidated Total 1,494,650 1,380,366 1,378,166 1,392,647 1,731,921 1,735,219 Net Operating Result (1,409,461) (1,287,114) (1,298,149) (1,304,787) (1,656,549) (1,659,847) CAPITAL INVESTMENT Ministry Support Services 4,622 5,622 4,599 5,405 4,382 4,382 Capital for Emergent Projects 2,643 6,110 4,398 2, Ring Roads 512, , , , , ,085 Northeast Alberta Strategic Projects 436, , ,386 96,675 28,275 35,924 Provincial Highway Construction Projects 172, , , , , ,565 Bridge Construction Projects 33,109 36,414 34,492 55,672 68,150 85,550 Provincial Highway Rehabilitation 139, , , , , ,000 Water Management Infrastructure 9,831 20,500 18,766 21,914 20,000 20, Alberta Flooding 29,389 78,937 70,226 41, Total 1,340,733 1,814,028 1,693,248 1,435,944 1,532,084 1,375,

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